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Functional Foods: The New Multi-Billion Dollar Growth Market

Living and eating healthier isn’t just about improving and enriching our lives, it offers investors – both retail and institutional – immense opportunities. Enter Billy Goat Brands ( CSE.GOAT , Forum ) – a Vancouver BC-based venture capital platform f...

Benchmark's Serious 50,000-Meter Drill Program

We are in a depression. Don't let the idiots buying Tesla at a new high and pumping money into bankrupt Hertz lead you into believing we are in some new economic paradigm. We aren't. The crash will resume soon and some day shortly down the road Americans are going to be...

Soft Patch in S&P 500 Ahead – Or Almost Over Already?

Going from strength to strength, but isn't a soft patch in stocks drawing near – or better yet, aren't we entering it with today's premarket action? The bulls have shaken off anything coming their way recently, and I continue to think it'll turn out as a blip on the screen. ...

The Fed Meets the S&P 500 Bull

Yesterday's Fed statement drove stock lower, but did the overnight slide tick all the boxes so far – that's the question to ask. And why exactly did the market get so disappointed with the FOMC moves? I'll answer these questions in today's analysis, and lay out the prospects f...

The S&P 500 Bull Is Slowly Climbing the Wall of Worry

You may ask whether the S&P 500 rebound has stalled, or is that just a healthy consolidation – to which I would reply that the market is merely digesting gains from its sharp upside reversal. In the battle of narratives, the corona second wave fears still play second fiddle to...

Reaping the Early Benefits of Inflation in Stocks

Something big to move stocks is brewing under the surface – Treasuries are down, the dollar is under pressure, gold refusing to decline much… I think it's the market's growing realization that all the post-corona money printing, stimulus bills, will be hugely inflationary, and...

The S&P 500 Bull Keeps Climbing the Wall of Worry

How close to its end is this S&P 500 consolidation are we – will the rebound meet its spark? Yesterday's session carries signs of the upcoming move, which I think will be higher. As said yesterday – in the battle of narratives, the corona second wave fears still play second fi...

Another Climb of the S&P 500 Wall of Worry Approaching?

Monday's session brought us the anticipated downside, but stocks reversed to close solidly higher. Has this been it, and the train is ready to leave the station now? The overnight dip shows it might not be a foregone conclusion, but let's take it step-by-step. S&P 500 in t...

We Should Let the Banks Burn Down

Bob Moriarty of 321 Gold explains why he believes banks should be allowed to fail. In later 2008 during what is now referred to as the Great Financial Crisis, government and financial managers had an opportunity to reset a badly out of balance banking system....

Novo Scores +1 Gram Per Meter at Egina

It's been eight months since I have delivered an update on Novo Resources Corp. (NVO:TSX.V; NSRPF:OTCQX) . While Novo has put out a fair number of press releases since then I have been waiting for some solid red meat. They have just put out red meat that should satis...
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